PhD Skeletal Muscle Physiology & Biomechanics
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2017). Movement complexity and neuromechanical factors affect the entropic half-life of myoelectric signals. Frontiers in Physiology. 8(SEP),
BM. Hewitt, MH. Yap, EF. Hodson-Tole, AJ. Kennerley, PS. Sharp, et al. (2017). A novel automated rodent tracker (ART), demonstrated in a mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Journal of Neuroscience Methods.
PN. Reddy, G. Cooper, A. Weightman, E. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves (2017). Walking cadence affects rate of plantar foot temperature change but not final temperature in younger and older adults. Gait Posture. 52, pp.272-279.
A. Pantall, EF. Hodson-Tole, RJ. Gregor, BI. Prilutsky (2016). Increased intensity and reduced frequency of EMG signals from feline self-reinnervated ankle extensors during walking do not normalize excessive lengthening. J Neurophysiol. 115(5), pp.2406-2420.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling, TJM. Dick (2016). Passive Muscle-Tendon Unit Gearing Is Joint Dependent in Human Medial Gastrocnemius. Frontiers in Physiology. 7(MAR),
PJ. Harding, ID. Loram, N. Combes, EF. Hodson-Tole (2016). Ultrasound-Based Detection of Fasciculations in Healthy and Diseased Muscles. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 63(3), pp.512-518.
TM. Vieira, A. Botter, MA. Minetto, EF. Hodson-Tole (2015). Spatial variation of compound muscle action potentials across human gastrocnemius medialis. J Neurophysiol. 114(3), pp.1617-1627.
T. Crook, E. Hodson-Tole, A. Wilson (2014). Variations in Muscle Activity of Vastus Lateralis and Gastrocnemius Lateralis with Increasing Draft Load. Equine Veterinary Journal. 46, pp.38-39.
A. Botter, TMM. Vieira, ID. Loram, R. Merletti, EF. Hodson-Tole (2013). A novel system of electrodes transparent to ultrasound for simultaneous detection of myoelectric activity and B-mode ultrasound images of skeletal muscles. Journal of Applied Physiology. 115(8), pp.1203-1214.
TMM. Vieira, MA. Minetto, EF. Hodson-Tole, A. Botter (2013). How much does the human medial gastrocnemius muscle contribute to ankle torques outside the sagittal plane?. Human Movement Science. 32(4), pp.753-767.
J. Darby, B. Li, N. Costen, I. Loram, E. Hodson-Tole (2013). Estimating skeletal muscle fascicle curvature from B-mode ultrasound image sequences. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 60(7), pp.1935-1945.
EF. Hodson-Tole, ID. Loram, TMM. Vieira (2013). Myoelectric activity along human gastrocnemius medialis: different spatial distributions of postural and electrically elicited surface potentials. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 23(1), pp.43-50.
EF. Hodson-Tole, ID. Loram, TMM. Vieira (2013). Myoelectric activity along human gastrocnemius medialis: Different spatial distributions of postural and electrically elicited surface potentials. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 23(1), pp.43-50.
TMM. Vieira, MA. Minetto, EF. Hodson-Tole, A. Botter (2013). How much does the human medial gastrocnemius muscle contribute to ankle torques outside the sagittal plane?. Human Movement Science.
PJ. Harding, EF. Hodson-Tole, R. Cunningham, I. Loram, N. Costen (2012). Automated detection of skeletal muscle twitches from B-mode ultrasound images: An application to motor neuron disease. Proceedings - International Conference on Pattern Recognition. pp.2630-2633.
EF. Hodson-Tole, A. Pantall, H. Maas, B. Farrell, RJ. Gregor, et al. (2012). Task-dependent activity of motor unit populations in feline ankle extensor muscles. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215(21), pp.3711-3722.
J. Darby, EF. Hodson-Tole, N. Costen, ID. Loram (2012). Automated regional analysis of B-mode ultrasound images of skeletal muscle movement. J Appl Physiol (1985). 112(2), pp.313-327.
BI. Prilutsky, H. Maas, M. Bulgakova, EF. Hodson-Tole, RJ. Gregor (2011). Short-term motor compensations to denervation of feline soleus and lateral gastrocnemius result in preservation of ankle mechanical output during locomotion. Cells Tissues Organs. 193(5), pp.310-324.
TC. CROOK, A. WILSON, E. HODSON-TOLE (2010). The effect of treadmill speed and gradient on equine hindlimb muscle activity. Equine Veterinary Journal. 42, pp.412-416.
TC. Crook, SE. Cruickshank, CM. McGowan, N. Stubbs, AM. Wilson, et al. (2010). A comparison of the moment arms of pelvic limb muscles in horses bred for acceleration (Quarter Horse) and endurance (Arab). Journal of Anatomy. 217(1), pp.26-37.
H. Maas, RJ. Gregor, EF. Hodson-Tole, BJ. Farrell, AW. English, et al. (2010). Locomotor changes in length and EMG activity of feline medial gastrocnemius muscle following paralysis of two synergists. Experimental Brain Research. 203(4), pp.681-692.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2010). The influence of strain and activation on the locomotor function of rat ankle extensor muscles. Journal of Experimental Biology. 213(2), pp.318-330.
WL. Childers, EF. Hodson-Tole, RJ. Gregor (2009). Activation Changes In The Gastrocnemius Muscle: Adaptation To A New Functional Role Following Amputation. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 41, pp.168-168.
H. Maas, RJ. Gregor, EF. Hodson-Tole, BJ. Farrell, BI. Prilutsky (2009). Distinct muscle fascicle length changes in feline medial gastrocnemius and soleus muscles during slope walking. Journal of Applied Physiology. 106(4), pp.1169-1180.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2009). Motor unit recruitment for dynamic tasks: Current understanding and future directions. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology. 179(1), pp.57-66.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2008). Motor unit recruitment patterns 2: The influence of myoelectric intensity and muscle fascicle strain rate. Journal of Experimental Biology. 211(12), pp.1893-1902.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2008). Motor unit recruitment patterns 1: Responses to changes in locomotor velocity and incline. Journal of Experimental Biology. 211(12), pp.1882-1892.
EF. Hodson-Tole, JM. Wakeling (2007). Variations in motor unit recruitment patterns occur within and between muscles in the running rat (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Experimental Biology. 210(13), pp.2333-2345.
E. Hodson-Tole (2006). Effects of treadmill inclination and speed on forelimb muscle activity and kinematics in the horse. Equine and Comparative Exercise Physiology. 3(2), pp.61-72.
K. Nankervis, T. Lovett, E. Hodson-Tole, K. Nankervis (2005). A preliminary investigation of rider position during walk, trot and canter. Equine and Comparative Exercise Physiology. 2(2), pp.71-76.
E. Hodson, HM. Clayton, JL. Lanovaz (2001). The hindlimb in walking horses: 1. Kinematics and ground reaction forces. Equine Vet J. 33(1), pp.38-43.
HM. CLAYTON, E. HODSON, JL. LANOVAZ, GR. COLBORNE (2001). The hindlimb in walking horses: 2. Net joint moments and joint powers. Equine Veterinary Journal. 33(1), pp.44-48.
E. Hodson, HM. Clayton, JL. Lanovaz (2000). The forelimb in walking horses: 1. Kinematics and ground reaction forces. Equine Vet J. 32(4), pp.287-294.
HM. Clayton, E. Hodson, JL. Lanovaz (2000). The forelimb in walking horses: 2. Net joint moments and joint powers. Equine Vet J. 32(4), pp.295-300.
EF. Hodson, HM. Clayton, JL. Lanovaz (1999). Temporal analysis of walk movements in the Grand Prix dressage test at the 1996 Olympic Games. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 62(2-3), pp.89-97.
PN. Reddy, G. Cooper, A. Weightman, E. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves (2017). How does walking influence plantar foot temperature changes in younger and older adults? Implications for people with diabetes. In: DIABETIC MEDICINE. Manchester, 8/3/2017. pp.61-61.
P. Nadipi Reddy, G. Cooper, A. Weightman, E. Tole, N. Reeves (2016). An in-shoe temperature measurement system for studying diabetic foot ulceration etiology: preliminary results with healthy participants. In: Procedia CIRP. Manchester, 29/7/2015. pp.153-156.
P. Nadipi Reddy, G. Dougill, A. Weightman, E. Tole, N. Reeves, et al. (2016). Experimental modelling of heat generation in porcine tissue to investigate the etiology of diabetic foot ulceration. In: Procedia CIRP. Manchester, 29/7/2015. pp.170-173.
P. Nadipi Reddy, R. Sulaimon, G. Cooper, A. Weightman, E. Tole, et al. (2015). Changes in Temperature of the Foot as a Function of Walking Speed. In: https://isbweb.org/images/conferences/isb-congresses/2015/isb_2015_abstract_book_final.pdf. Glasgow, 12/7/2015.
A. Teklemariam, G. Cooper, EF. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves, NP. Costen (2014). A Finite Element Model simulation of surface EMG signals based on muscle tissue dielectric properties and electrodes configuration. In: CSNDSP. Manchester, ENGLAND, 23/7/2014. pp.193-197.
AC. Alexoulis-Chrysovergis, A. Weightman, E. Hodson-Tole, FJA. Deconinck (2013). Error Augmented Robotic Rehabilitation of the Upper Limb A Review. In: NEUROTECHNIX: PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON NEUROTECHNOLOGY, ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATICS. Vilamoura, PORTUGAL, 18/9/2013. pp.167-178.
EF. Hodson-Tole, RJ. Gregor, H. Maas, BJ. Farrell, BI. Prilutsky (2009). Patterns of motor unit recruitment in feline ankle extensor muscles during different motor tasks. In: COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR & INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY. Glasgow, SCOTLAND, 28/6/2009. pp.S124-S124.
TM. Vieira, JM. Wakeling, EF. Hodson-Tole (2016). Is there sufficient evidence to claim muscle units are not localised and functionally grouped within the human gastrocnemius?. J Physiol. 594, 1953-1954.
PA. McNulty, EF. Hodson-Tole (2016). Letter in response to "High-frequency ultrasound in guiding needle insertion for microneurography" by Granata and colleagues. Clin Neurophysiol. 127, 1737-1738.
The Wellcome Trust: Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship (2008 - 2012) Skeletal Muscle: Dynamic Form and Function (WT085599MA)
The Motor Neurone Disease Association (2013 - 2016) Motor Neuron Disease Diagnosis: The utility of standard frame rate B-mode ultrasound imaging (Oct12/6294) [Co-Investigators: Prof. Ian Loram, Dr. Nicholas Costen, Dr. Nicholas Combes]
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (2014 – 2016) Imaging Patterns of Motor Unit Recruitment (BB/L018632/1) [Co-Investigators: Prof. Ian Loram, Drs. Dr. Peter Harding, Dr. Nicholas Costen]
A new dance work in which performers delve inside a motor neurone to explain how scientists think they work. The performance combines a unique mix of contemporary, urban dance and martial arts. It opens with an athletic display of different sports and movement styles. This develops into an interactive science section for audiences to join in and enjoy, that will explain how the brain initiates movement, eventually inviting the audience to step inside a neurone and enact an action potential. In the final section the established dance artists will illustrate the relevance of this neurological research in the battle against the devastating disease MND (Motor Neurone Disease). This incorporates how MND affects the body and the impact on those living with this devastating disease and their families.
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